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today along with ucla professor lloyd shatly. david louie joins us live with details. david? >> you know some people think of economics being dry and boring. a lot of charts. this may change your mind. the nobel prize of economics today went to someone here at stanford who knows how to solve problems using algo rhythms. >> this is unexpected. we didn't reach the phone in time but they called back. >> news of the middle of the night call led to standing ovations and a champagne toast. this professor alin roth hailed for his work. just as google uses algo rhythms dr. roth's helped school districts assign students to school and match live kit any don drorz patients. >> if you're incompatible you can't give a patient you want but can give it to someone else's patient. your patient could get a kidney from their donor. that is an exchange. >> dr. melcher brought it to stanford medical center four years ago. crediting dr. roth with increasing the number of patients who find donors. >> hundreds and thousands of patients have been transplanting using this. these are transplants of patients diffic
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